EarthSong Lodge - Denali's Natural Retreat
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Well today it was pretty rainy again... We drove about 90 miles to Denali National Park and got a spot at Riley Creek campground for two nights. It's a nice campground just inside the park with laundry and shower facilities. After we chose our spot we made hamburgers and grilled veggies for dinner. It was scrumptious! After that we were pretty tired and went to sleep.mi know ...
... bigger than I expected (although I should have known he would have needed lots of room). Inside was at least 50 Christmas trees decorated in everything you could think of. Santa's chair was there and his very own postbox with the North Pole postmark. I posted a few home to some special kiddies. We spent about 2 hours looking around and choosing some presents. On our way out we noticed some reindeers over in the other side if the car park so I went and introduced myself.
... He explained what it was like to run a 1150 mile race in sub-zero temperatures. He has redesigned race sleds, and is still racing. We returned to the hotel around 3. On our way back to the RV, I suggested maybe we should drive to Fairbanks this afternoon, since it was only 120 miles, and we still had at least 8 hours of daylight! I called the to reserve us a RV spot, and we started packing up. We were on ...
... Gavin...long train ride, but fun now at hotel in Denali. Jack and I are enjoying this special time with the grandchildren and I know they will remember it for a long time to come. They are so well behaved and polite. They get the giggles sometimes and we have to tell them to calm down. They are a joy to be with! Might have to think about where our next adventure will take ...
... to half a tonne through the snow, so they are very strong. When working the dogs, the rangers lift them by the collar and walk them about on their hind legs, otherwise they are too strong for the rangers to handle.
There seemed to be about 25 dogs in the program, and as they work for about 10 years, they only breed one litter a year, ensuring it's genetic diversity. The dogs themselves look quite like dingoes, with long legs ...